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Maui Shows Patriotism
OIN EVENT OR
Walluku, June 7. Tim Memorial
Day services held at tho Kaahumanu
native church. Walluku. last Sunday
morning. Juno 1, was qulto largely at
tended. The members of tho Halca
kala Lodge, K. of 1., under whoso ouh
pices the services wcro held, attended
In a body. Several hymns appropriate)
to tho occasion wcro sung by tho
church choir. Itev. J. Nua, pastor,
read several passages from tho Dibit',
In Hawaiian, after which tho orator
of the day, W. V. Crockett, of Spreck.
clsvllln Camp 5, n colored gentleman
of high attainments, was lnt'ducud
to tho audience.
Stars and Stripes Forever.
Mr. Crockett spoke for over an hour
mill during all this time ho 1h1 his
uidlence spellbound, under the Influ
ence of his remarkable oratory. J. K.
Saunders acted as Hawaiian Interpre
ter. Mr. Crockett chose as his sub
ject tho following passage from tho
t'eilptures: "I was glad when they said
unto me, Let us go lnio tho Houso of
Tho speaker commenced his re
marks by saying that ho was more
than pleased to stand beforo tho Maul
" '.! .'.... i .i .,
!.. iria mnmiP In .t,mn. ltn
.!,.i .i, i, .wnin,nnr. nf thn
words "Decoration Day." Tho Stars
mil Ql.lnna li et anil! Dm tlin Pmlllnlll
, .i,, h.', o)nn,i t'nr Tl.,n wn.n't
Is unfurled In tho broozo who would
not dlo for It. Tho whlto stripes, ho
Mid, stood for peaco and purity
peaco an earth and good will to men
whjlo tho red stripes meant a wil
lingness to pcrpetuato that peaco and
truth on earth. On tho flag Itself was
founded tho principle of tho American
All tho wars that had been fought
oo tho American soil had been for tho
irnson that thoso colors had boen'incnt throbs In tho hearts of ovory
tread on by Bomebody, and cevry ono'truo American.
ol the brnvo men who fought under I "Volcanoes havo been destructive
tho glorious Inspiration of that flag, 'Their pent-up fury or latent energy,
ill 1 so for tho causo of hiiivin liberty, jwMch rested dormant In tho bosom c.f
and tho Inallcnablo rights of man. jtho earth for nges. accumulating nil
Scores of Dead Heroes. It forces lor a final eruption ono day,
It every man who perished In all tho may destroy n city. Killing Inhabitants
vars slnco tho American flag was un-by the thousands, but the lury of all
furled to tho breozo wcro laid out ten 'he oleanooB In nres pat ennnot bo
cieop, thero would bo graves as far as compared with the number of slain In
fin eyes could see, and In thoso I ell the battles fought on American soil
giaves rest youths of sixteen nnd gray
haired patriots of seventy, nil of whom
went down to their honorablo graves
fur tho rights of man, rights which
tho present' generation who aro ie
ctiTng tho fostering caro ot the Amer
I.'..n government nro enjoying peace
fully. It wns In memory of thoro
brao men that this day was selected
by the American Government to com
n cmorato Its valiant heroes.
Four Decisive Battles.
The speaker gave a brief outline of
tho four declslvo battles fought by
tl.o soldiers of the great Republic,
mmcly, the Dattlo of Yorktown, when
Lord Cornwallls surrendered to Gen,
(Icorgo Washington; Dattlo of Now
Orleans; Rattlo of Gettysburg; and
tno Itattlo of tho Lookout Mountain
' What agonies thoso bravo men Buf
fered and how much courago was ex
emplified on those now historical bat
tlefields, only thoso who perished in
those struggles for human rights nnd
liberty could toll," said tho speaker.
"Who Is thero and breathes thero tho
man whoso soul Is so dead who would
not select a day out of 365 In which
to decoiato tho rovcred graves of the
noblo dead? Such a man tho Ameri
can government would ifisnwn.
To Die for the Flag.
"It Is tho glorious prlvllego of every
American youth to die for flio Hag, To
venerato tho dead means to glvo us
Ufa to live so that wo could endure bet
ter tho same hnrdships that thoso en
dured who went down.
"Decoration Day, therefore, Ib a day
, . .
i bravo deeds of the valiant dead, whoso
nemory wo rovero and also genera.
i "'"' i'et unborn
"Tho American peoplo represent a
nation who aro not nfrald to dlo for
I Vuntry. Liberty .as alwayB caused
. Iitnml fPlm Amnrlnnn nnnnln
Minor dlo than bo opproHBcd or havo
their rights trampled under by others.
"Liberty or Death."
"You can oppress dumb animals, you
ran crush to atoms nnytblug In tho
rmterlal world machinery could bo
r l uaht il to pieces but man, endowed
v.lili noblest Instincts by his Creator,
will novcr euiluro oppression. In tho
,orda of Patrick TTcnry, 'Olvo mo lib-
city or glvo mo dcalh'' Thnt sentl.
f.r tho causo of freedom.
"llattlcs aro more destructive bo.
e.iuse man ennnot long endure oppres
rlnn. It may flourish for a tlino, but
thero Is n time for final Judgment
when th" oppressed will exert their
rights and strike for liberty."
A Coward is Hated.
Tho speaker concluded his most elo
ciuent roniarks by urging his hearers
to reveio tho memory ot tho honorablo
Total of Eighty Cases
On June Term
A Q0ODLY CROP OF
U1Y0RCE SUITS FILED
D. H. Case Repus nts Government-
Grand Jury Hard at Work Das
Wnlluku, Juno 7. Tho June term o(
the Second Circuit Court was convened
In the Walluku courthouse last Wed
nesday morning, Juno 4, Judge John
W. Kalua, presiding, Tho many friends
of court reporter Dan II, Case were sur
prised as well as greatly pleased to see
him government prosecuting officer at
this term, Mr Case Is handling crimi
nal cases before the grand Jury In t
manner which proves the wisdom of
the Attorney General In sending him to
represent his department.
The other court officials at this term
are: I'. M. McMahon, court reporter;
Wm. J. Coelho. Hawaiian Interpreter,
and W. H Crawford, Chinese inter
preter. Jas. II. Hakuole, who was ex
pected, failed to appear, being busy at
sumo other circuit and Judge Kalua
was compelled to pick Jnpancsc Inter
preters from tho local supply which
has already been exhausted for several
have already been told to "git" for
general Incompetency. The legal fra
tcrnltv was represented on tho open
ing day by tho following bright satel
lites; .Messrs. Watson. N. W. Atull, K.
Johnson. Jno. Richardson, J, L. Coke,
Geo. lions, J. A. Magoon, A. G. Cor-
rea, a. II. Itobertson nnd J. Malual
Kancakua. Tho lights of tho lower
rourts wcro represented by J. K. Saun
ders, I'. N. Kalukuoluna, A. F. Tavares,
Henry Long, W. G. Seott, W. F. Rey
nolds and A. N. Hn)seldcn. The term
wns opened by PJieriff L. N. Ualdwln.
The calendar comprises the follow
ing: Criminal cases, appeal, IS; com
mittal, 13; civil cases. 20, Jury waived,
1; naturalization, 1; divorces, S, and
vacation, 3. Total, 80.
Several of the civil cases have been
continued until next term of couit
while a few have been discontinued.
The following divorces have already
been granted: Annie K. Mulvany vb,
Cliae. I'. Mulvany; Jno. Kalalkamalle
vs.Klnolalulalit Kalalkamalle (w),
Miguel I'm cnu vs. Dlamantlun do llego
l'aresu. and J. J. Combs vs. Clla
Combs. Ono divorro suit was discon
tinued as the parties have becomo
reconciled to share the woes nnd tribu
lations of wedUeil life together again.
Tho grand Jury has hem hard nt
work since Thursday. Juno G, when
Louis von TcmpsKy was appointed
The grand Jury has been conscien
tious In Its Investigations, nnd Us la
bors have been greatly faillltatcd by
tho rcadlnefcs at nil t'mea of Deputy At
torney General D. II. Vit-v and Sheriff
L. M. Ualdwln in having wtttieiscs on
hand. Tho grand Jur) was ready to
report this morning but It had delayed
reporting until Monday when It will
be discharged for the term.
It Is not likely that the grand Jury
will go to the Leper Settlement to fur
ther Investigate the matter of the sup
posed Inhuman tieatincnt of a leper,
whoso death has caused suili radical
changes In the management and ad
ministration of the Settlement. The
cost of transportation win n the Terri
torial funds nro taken into considera
tion, has caused the grand Jurors to
ponder and. think nwhllo before malt
jng a leap Into the domains of the
Hoard of Health at Molokai.
A second thought bus brought them
to tho realization that all tho facts
havo been fully Investigated bv the
Hoard of Health committee and tho
Attorney General In person ami Finely
nil tho luljflc would tale to know for
tho enuso of humanity has been ex
posed, and It would be Impolitic to go
over the same giound again.
The trial Jurnis have been busy ever
slnco last Thursday In hinting the
raso of lllramotu vs I'loneier Mill Co
damages. J. A. Magoon lor plaintiff:
Geo. lions for defendant A verdict
will likely he reached today.
raj P rai ru Cji Pa na ra na Pa rri n
ilead, to learn by their noblo example,
n ci, abovo all, to be brave, to bo cour
ageous, to die for tho fatheiland, for
Hid world liato9 n coward.
Luau at Kalua's.
After tho services at tho church tho
members of tho lodge and their faint-.
Ilea marched down In n body to thn
homo of Judge John W. Kalua, where
nn elegant liinii was spreail in inn
Kpnclous dining hall, and all did ample
Justlco to the many good things pre
pared by tho host for the entertain
vent of his giifsts After dlnimr
speeches w re indulged Tn by the
jounger members of this young but i
prosperous lodge wlile'i has already
en Us roll over thirty of the most
prominent Hawnllans In WnlluVit dis
trict. Applications aro now coming In
f'om tho outei districts.
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